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Kids and Teens Summer Cooking Courses

If your son or daughter is hooked on the Great British Bake Off or loves…

Hoist ’em Up: Sling Libraries

When I had my first daughter, Tabitha, just over three years ago, I was completely…

On Yer Bike: London’s cycle superhighways

By Deborah Talbot One of the interesting aspects of being in London, according to Jonathan…

Pop-up Playground: The Milkshake Tree

by Francesca Young Taking the idea of learning through play and running with it, the…

Do: Summer in London 2016

There’s no shortage of activities, events and classes over the summer holidays in London this…

Pride London
Show Your Pride in London

If you were saddened and outraged by the horrific attack this week at a gay…

Summer fairs in Mortlake, Barnes and beyond

So, I think it’s finally safe to declare that summer has arrived in the capital:…

Roll out the rug…it’s National Picnic Week!

By Kerry Law Don’t be put off by thoughts of sand in your sandwich, unwelcome…

Eat: Afternoon Tea at Dorsett Hotel

Shepherds Bush is quickly becoming a foodie destination—with pop-ups like Little Feast and great indie…

Thrive at Maple Walk Prep School

It has been a busy term at Maple Walk Prep School: author visits, sporting triumph,…

May Half Term Guide 2016

Wondering what to do in London this May half term? Praying like mad the gorgeous…

Do: Richer Education Science Summer Camp

The Richer Education Science Summer Camp starts at the world renowned Imperial College London on Monday 8th…

Eat: Mustard, Brook Green

by Elisa Freeling Opened just a few months ago in Brook Green, Mustard is a…

Learn: Understanding the school system series

Stumped by school choices? Bewildered by the British school system? A series of upcoming talks…

Do: Barnes Children’s Literature Festival

Encourage your kids’ love of reading at the Barnes Children’s Literature Festival this May. On…

Welcome to the Jungle: Kipling storytelling at Asia House

Gather the kids and go bananas at Asia House’s Jungle Book storytelling event on Saturday the 7th…

Mind Your Manors: Get to know the stately houses of West London

By Elisa Freeling Once rural getaways for various wealthy and titled types, West London’s magnificent…

Travel: Tapnell Farm, Isle of Wight

by Holly Tuppen As all parents with little ones know, anticipation accounts for at least…

Eat: Farmers’ Market at a school near you

Partake in a slower-paced, more enjoyable and delicious version of the school run at a…

Do: The Aquadrome in Rickmansworth

Tucked just inside the M25, the Aquadrome Local Nature Reserve in Rickmansworth is open every…